The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia Humanitarian Emergency

A Syrian family at a train yard.
UNFPA/Nake Batev

In the past years, the country was part of the so called Balkan route of migration and since the closure of the borders on this route in 2016 the numbers of migrants passing through has decreased significantly, with number of persons in transit centers varying from 50-70. Since June 2015 UNFPA has played a prominent role in providing timely and substantial support. As the numbers of vulnerable population decrease, UNFPA supports national partners in preparedness activities

Country Population: 2.1 mil
Level of Crisis:
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3

Humanitarian needs

Last updated on - 01 January 2017
UNFPA

Humanitarian funding

Resources in $

Key results2017

  • Services delivered
    Number of mobile clinics
    1
    Functional health facilities supported by UNFPA that provide Emergency Obstetric Care (EmOC)
    2
    Number of service delivery points supported that provide clinical management of rape
    5
    Maternity health facilities/tents/homes operationalized with UNFPA support
    4
    Dignity Kits distributed
    1,703
  • Capacity building
    Personnel trained on Minimum Initial Package (MISP)
    21
    Personnel trained on clinical management of rape
    28

Emergencies updates and resources

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Disclaimer
  • Results data are reported and updated as they become available.
  • - Targets and UNFPA's populations of concern, including women of reproductive age and pregnant women, are estimated using the MISP calculator.
  • - Funding estimates are based on country planning processes, including inter-agency humanitarian response plans and regional refugee and resilience plans.
  • L1: Humanitarian crises in which the national and international resources available in the affected country are sufficient for the required response.
  • L2: Humanitarian crises requiring significant support from neighbouring countries, regional organizations and possibly humanitarian agency headquarters.
  • L3: Major, sudden-onset humanitarian crises requiring mobilization across the humanitarian system.
  • Crisis levels are determined by the Inter-Agency Standing Committee, a forum of UN and non-UN humanitarian partners.